Galaxy Integrated Omics (GIO)
Proteomics Informed by Transcriptomics (PIT) methodology, and selection of surrogate peptides for targeted proteomics.
This is a Domain specific server.
- Proteomics Informed by Transcriptomics (PIT) methodology is described in Evans et al. 2012
- "Galaxy-based Integrated Omics (GIO) is a curated collection of new and pre-existing open source tools brought together for proteomics applications."
- Two minute demo of the mzIdentML visualisation plugin
- Tutorial 1:Getting started with GIO
- Tutorial 2:Getting started with GIO workflows
- Tutorial 3:Proteomics Informed by Transcriptomics (PIT)
- Tutorial 4:Targeted proteomics
- For draft documentation please visit the GIO repository.
- See Galaxy Integrated Omics: Web-based standards-compliant workflows for proteomics informed by transcriptomics, Jun Fan, Shyamasree Saha, Gary Barker, Kate J. Heesom, Fawaz Ghali, Andrew R. Jones, David A. Matthews and Conrad Bessant, Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, 14, 3087-3093.
- GIO tagged publications in Galaxy Publication library.
- "This project is led by Conrad Bessant at Queen Mary and David Matthews at Bristol, with additional contributions from the groups of Andy Jones at Liverpool and Simon Hubbard at Manchester. GIO development was supported by BBSRC TRDF2 grants BB/L018438/1 (Proteomics Goes Viral), BB/K016075/1 (Galaxy Workflows for Proteomics Informed by Transcriptomics) and BB/K004123/1 (Integrating Genomes and Proteomes on the Cloud). Lead developer is Jun Fan."